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Agni 5: A look back at India's missile programme
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Field Marshal K. M. Cariappa made the Indian Army truly Indian

New Delhi [India], Jan.14 (ANI), General Bipin Rawat, who has just taken over as the 27th Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army, has given an assurance that he would uphold the traditions of the Indian Army. India will be observing Army Day tomorrow (January ... Sify, 1 month ago

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Pak army chief appoints new head of ISI in major reshuffle

Pakistans new army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa today abruptly removed the head of the countrys spy agency ISI and made several other significant changes in the armys top brass, as part of a major reshuffle. Gen Bajwa, who took over from Gen Raheel Sharif ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago What Qamar Bajwas appointment as army chief means for Pak and India  catchnews.com2 months ago Lt General Naveed Mukhtar appointed as Pakistan's new ISI chief  Rediff.com2 months ago
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PHOTOS: India displays its military might, vibrant culture on R-Day

The majestic Rajpath saw a scintillating display of India's military might and resplendent cultural diversity as the country celebrated its 68th Republic Day on Thursday, with the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan attending the event as guest of honour.   IMAGE: A spectacular bird's eye view of the Republic Day parade at Rajpath in New Delhi. Photograph: Press Information Bureau Light rain and overcast skies failed to dampen the enthusiasm of thousands ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Cultural heritage, military might on display on Republic Day  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Airing gripes on social media akin to crime: General Rawat

Issuing a warning, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Sunday said the soldiers who take to social media to air their grievances could be punished as their act is “akin to crime” and lowers the morale of those guarding the frontiers of the country. General ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Jawans taking to social media could be punished: Army Chief  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Seven soldiers killed in terror attack on Army base in Jammu's Nagrota

Jammu : Seven soldiers, including two officers, were killed on Tuesday after suicide bombers armed with guns and grenades stormed a military base near Jammu, officials said. Three attackers were also gunned down while three more militants died in a shootout ...
 Sify2 months ago Four militants killed in two attacks in Jammu  Sify2 months ago Terrorists attack Army camp in J&K's Nagrota  Sify2 months ago Bomb disposal team destroys blinds at Nagrota terror attack site  Sify2 months ago
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Choosing an army chief: The perils of choice

With ambitious generals knowing that political patronage might be rewarded, a worrying era of politicisation of the military looms ahead, observes retired Colonel Ajai Shukla who has known Generals Rawat, Bakshi and Hariz for a long time. In 1949, when Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was appointing India's first commander-in-chief (downgraded in 1955 to 'chief of army staff'), he faced a choice between three top professionals. The senior-most was General K M Cariappa, a dead-honest Anglophile with a ...
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The General who 'created' Bangladesh

'General J S Aurora, the commander of the Indian forces in the East, asked General Sagat Singh to withdraw his troops who were on the move to Dacca -- but he refused.''He said, "Jaggi, over my dead body".''Therefore, I say the creator of Bangladesh was General Sagat Singh.'Lieutenant General O P Kaushik salutes the incredible soldiers who turned the tide in the 1971 War. Some of the best stories are told by soldiers. They will tell you of hard fought battles that have become the stuff of ...
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52 Ladakh Scouts recruits take part in passing out parade

[India], Dec. 2 (ANI): In an impressive Passing out Parade held at the highest located drill square recently, as many as 52 smartly dressed Ladakh Scouts Regimental Centre (LSRC) recruits were passed out. The young soldiers often referred to as NUNOs was ...
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Why the ex-servicemen vote can tilt the scales in Uttarakhand

The hill state of Uttarakhand has a very rich martial tradition. This is why none of the parties can afford to ignore the soldiers' constituency. This is evident once again as both the main contenders for the victory crown in the ongoing battle for the state ...
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How the Hindustani fauj defeated the Pakistani fauj

Just 21 then, a young air force officer looks back at the 1971 war, which was like a baptism by fire in the fauj. IMAGE: Indian soldiers fire on Pakistani positions during the 1971 War. Photograph: Getty Images. 'Our tank took a direct bull's eye hit. When I came back to my senses I called for the driver, loader, subedar -- nobody answered. Three men from my tank died that night.' Wing Commander Kuldip Shiva (retd) tells Rediff.com's Archana Masih about days spent along the Ravi river on the ...
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